The Secrets of Blea Moor & Ribblehead
Railways • 48m
This film explores the incredible achievement by the engineers and navvies of the mid-Victorian period who designed and built the viaduct at Ribblehead and the legendary tunnel at Blea Moor. There is more fascination about this great viaduct than any other facet on the wonderful Settle-Carlisle Railway.
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